|The Adventures of Robin Hood - Food For Thought|
An episode of "The Adventures of Robin Hood" called "Food for Thought" from 1957. This is yet another episode about over-taxing.
Keywords: 1957; TV; Television; Medieval; Middle Ages; British; Classic TV; Popular
Downloads: 1,220 (2 reviews)
|Your Hit Parade - March 6, 1954 (Music, Variety)|
An episode of "Your Hit Parade", a popular show from the 1950s featuring the hits of the week performed by the cast of the show. Songs in this episode include: "That's Amore", "Young At Heart", "Make Love to Me", "Heart of My Heart" (done in a way even more silly than the February 27 episode I uploaded!), "Oh My Papa", "Stranger in Paradise" and "Secret Love". Contains original commercials for Crosley (a division of Avco) and Lucky Strike cigarettes...
Keywords: 50s; 1950s; 50's; 1950's; Fifties; Classic TV; Popular Music; Your Hit Parade
|The Adventures of Robin Hood - A Village Wooing|
An episode of the popular 1950s British TV series, first aired over ITV and then syndicated around the world. This is one of the more light-hearted episodes, and this marks the 10th time I've tried to upload this.
Keywords: The Adventures of Robin Hood; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Richard Greene; Classic TV; Television; Popular
Downloads: 1,977 (3 reviews)
|The Adventures of Robin Hood - Isabella (1956)|
In this episode of the 1950s television series "The Adventures of Robin Hood", Robin's loyalty to King Richard means he must stop a shallow woman named Isabella from marrying the incredibly annoying Prince John.
Keywords: The Adventures of Robin Hood; 1950s; 50s; TV; Television; Classic TV; Popular
|'Your Hit Parade' - June 9, 1956|
Episode of 'Your Hit Parade', featuring covers of songs like "Beyond The Blue Horizon", "Wayward Wind", "Moonglow", "Heartbreak Hotel", "Hot Diggity", "Standing At The Corner" and others.
Keywords: 50's TV; 1950's Television; 50s; 1950s; Fifties; Classic TV; Popular Music
Downloads: 5,343 (2 reviews)
|TV Excerpts featuring Fats Domino & Charlie Gracie|
Excerpts from various TV shows, featuring 3 performances by Fats Domino taken from 2 programs, and one performance by Charlie Gracie from another program. I'd like to upload complete episodes, but these excerpts are all I can find.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Rock'n'Roll; Oldies; Rock Music; Popular Music
Downloads: 2,300 (3 reviews)
|'Your Hit Parade' - December 4, 1954|
Episode of the TV series 'Your Hit Parade', originally aired December 4, 1954. All music in this program is 'Live', performed by the shows cast. Featured songs include "Papa Loves Mambo", "Teach Me Tonight", "Love Walked In", "If I Give My Heart to You", "This Ole House", "Mr Sandman" and more.
Keywords: 50's; 50s; 1950's; 1950s; Fifties; Music; TV; Television; Popular; Pop Music
Downloads: 8,220 (4 reviews)
|'Your Hit Parade' - 2 May 1953|
Episode of "Your Hit Parade" from 2 May 1953, containing original commercials for Lucky Strike Cigarettes. If you like "soundies", then you'll like this.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 50's; 50s; 1950s; 1950's; Fifties; Music; Popular Music; Dorothy Collins
Downloads: 3,369 (3 reviews)
|1950's Popular Culture: ''Cavalcade of America'' Episode ''Chicago 2-1-2''|
An episode of the United States anthology TV series "Cavalcade of America" called "Chicago 2-1-2". In this episode, the fire department tries to find the person(s) behind a series of arson attacks. Aired on 30 April 1957. This copy runs about 25 minutes. It has been claimed that this is a unsold pilot.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Classic Television; TV; Popular Culture; 50s; 50's; 1950s; 1950's; Fifties; Anthology; Cavalcade of America; Fire; Arson
Downloads: 2,461 (5 reviews)
|The Liberace Show - 1954 Christmas episode|
A Christmas episode of "The Liberace Show" from 1954. This series featured piano player Liberace. The episode contains him mostly playing the piano with a handful of singing moments. Uploaded in 512Kb format because of my extremely slow internet connection.
Keywords: Classic TV; TV; Television; Classic Television; Popular Music; Piano; Piano Player; Pianist; 50s; 50's; 1950s; 1950's; Fifties; 1954; Christmas; Religion
Downloads: 5,709 (2 reviews)
|The Perry Como Show - 28 February 1955|
Perry Como was on vacation, so Julius La Rosa is the guest-host for this episode. The following two episodes have also been uploaded. Songs include: "Tweedlee Dee" (La Rosa), "Melody Of Love" (La Rosa), "Song in Blue" (guest star Les Paul & Mary Ford), and "That Old Feeling" (La Rosa). Also included are the original commercials for Chesterfield cigarretes and L&M cigarettes, along with some unsubtle product placement...
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Julius La Rosa; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Les Paul; Mary Ford; Cover; Covers; Popular; Smoking; Tobacco; Product Placement; Advertising; Pop Music; Popular Music
|1953 Episode of ''Juvenile Jury''|
This has been uploaded before, but hopefully this upload has better picture quality....if it doesn't, I promise to delete it. A 1950s panel show featuring young kids answering questions and problems sent in to the show. Yes, this is the infamous episode where a child reveals she has been given the questions in advance. There are perhaps 3 or so other surviving episodes...I'd love to see them.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Game Show; Panel Show; NBC; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Popular
Downloads: 848 (1 review)
|1950 Episode of ''Howdy Doody'' - Visiting Clown|
I don't know the exact date, but here's a delightful 1950 episode of "Howdy Doody". In this episode, Clarabelle finds out that another clown is coming to Doodyville, and is not amused! Includes one commercial for Ovaltine. They show an excerpt from a silent comedy film...what is the name of the film?
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; TV; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Kinescope; Howdy Doody; Popular
Downloads: 2,254 (1 review)
|The Perry Como Show - 2 March 1955|
Perry Como was on vacation, so Julius La Rosa is the guest-host. The preceding episode, from 28th of February, and the following episode from the 4th of March, have also been uploaded. Songs performed in this episode include: "Mobile" (La Rosa), "Sincerely" (La Rosa), "How Important Can It Be?" (guest star Joni James), "Ko Ko Mo (I Love You So)" (La Rosa). Also includes original commercials for cigarettes, and some inane product placement.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50s; Pop Music; Popular Music; Julius La Rosa; Cover; Covers
|Misc episode of ''You Asked For It'' #8|
Another misc episode of the 1950s American television series "You Asked for It", including the following segments: A reverse escape artist, a little german oompah band, getting vennom from a snake, a collection of working miniatures, and a recreation of a famous fight. Includes original commercials. Please forgive the F***ing annoying watermark, which I wish I could remove. (if this item is out-of-sync, please don't review it...
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Reality TV; Reality Television; Popular
|''The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show'' - Harry Morton's Private Secretary|
I could have sworn I had already uploaded this, but I can't find it. This is a live episode of the American sitcom "The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show", aired 23 November 1950. Very good comedy (with at least some commercials intact). (Season 1, Episode 4). (if this item it out-of-sync, please don't rate it. Tell me in a non-rating review, and I'll try to fix it. I care.....not sure what I care about, but I care!).
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Sitcom; Comedy; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Old; Carnation; Popular; Masterpoxen
|People Are Funny - Trip around World/Phone call|
A complete 1957 episode of the unusual 1950s game show "People Are Funny". In this episode, a contestant who has been sent around the world for 4 weeks looking for pieces of a United Artists contract finally returns, while a teenage girl must keep a complete stranger on the phone for 3 minutes to win a prize. Will she do it? With live TV, you just never know! Complete with commercials and that ever-important network ID.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Game Show; Art Linkletter; Popular; Telephone
|'Your Hit Parade' - January 31, 1953|
Episode of 'Your Hit Parade' from January 31, 1953. Complete with original commercials. Features Dorothy Collins, Snooky Lanson, June Valli and Russell Arms.
Keywords: Classic TV; 50's TV; 1950's Television; Popular Music; Pop; Fifties
Downloads: 2,812 (3 reviews)
|The Garry Moore Show - Misc 1955 Episode|
I thought I had already uploaded this, but I can't find it. I don't know if this is a complete episode or not, but here's 43 minutes of "The Garry Moore Show" from 1955, featuring original commercials for products like Lux dishwashing liquid, Franco-American canned foods, and Sta-Flo liquid starch. A delightful daytime series with comedy, music, and talk. Certainly much better than that sleeping-pill show hosted by that lipton-tea addict.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Daytime TV; Daytime Television; Old; Not New; Popular; Retro
Downloads: 1,315 (1 review)
|Obscure 1950s Singers Sing On TV for You - Matthew Paul Argall|
A collection of 1950s television clips (edited together by me!), featuring singers that Prince Vegeta hasn't heard of. Some of these singers were well-known at the time and are still remembered by those alive at the time. Some of these singers are noteworthy in some way. Some of them were obscure then and obscure now. Some of them don't matter in the slightest. But all of them are very talented! Over 20 singers, with clips from 14 different television series.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Music; Song; Songs; Singer; Singers; Pop Music; Popular Music; Traditional Pop; NBC; CBS; DuMont; ABC
|'Your Hit Parade' - 16/April/1955|
Episode of "Your Hit Parade", originally broadcast 16 of April, 1955. Featuring Dorothy Collins, Russell Arms, Snooky Lanson, and Gisele MacKenzie performing covers of big hits of the day, including "Tweedle Dee", "How Important Can It Be" and "The Ballad of Davy Crockett". A good time capsule of the time. Most noteworthy moment: Raymond Scott's orchestra performing one of their standards complete with surreal special effects!
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 50's; 50s; 1950s; 1950's; Fifties; Music; Musical; Pop; Popular Music; Jazz
Downloads: 4,386 (5 reviews)
|Your Hit Parade - Christmas Eve Show 1955|
An episode of "Your Hit Parade" from the 24th December 1955. This NBC series presented the cast performing covers of pop chart hits. This episode has excellent production values and one of the worst commercials of all time. Also one of the few episodes of this series with an actual guest star. Main Singers are Dorothy Collins, Snooky Lanson, Russell Arms, and Gisele MacKenzie.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 50s; 50's; 1950s; 1950's; Fifties; Christmas; Popular Music; Advertising; Dorothy Collins
Downloads: 8,049 (4 reviews)
|'Your Hit Parade' - June 2, 1956|
Episode of the NBC musical TV series "Your Hit Parade" from June 2 1956. Featuring the cast performing covers of big hits including "Standing on the Corner", "Theme from Picnic", "South Rampart Street Parade", "Heartbreak Hotel", "Hot Diggity", "Ivory Tower", "Moonglow", and more. The version of "Heartbreak Hotel" here is sung by Snooky Lanson, and is performed straight. Thelma "Tad" Tadlock appears in two songs as a dancer.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 50s; 50's; 1950's; 1950s; Fifties; Musical; Music; Popular; Tad Tadlock; Snooky Lanson; Dorothy Collins; Gisele MacKenzie; Russel Arms
Downloads: 2,636 (6 reviews)
|'Your Hit Parade' - 12 November 1955|
12 November 1955 episode of "Your Hit Parade", a long-running 50's musical TV show. This episode features the cast doing covers of "Yellow Rose of Texas", "Suddenly There's a Valley", "Tiger Rag", "Love is a Many Splended Thing", "Love and Marriage", "Autumn Leaves" plus more. Cast members include Dorothy Collins, Russell Arms, Snooky Lanson & Gisele MacKenzie. Also containing original commercials for Lucky Strike Cigarettes and Richard-Hudnut.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Musical; Music; 50s; 50's; 1950's; 1950s; Fifties; Popular; Lucky Strike; Richard Hudnut; Commercial; Commercials
Downloads: 3,257 (6 reviews)
|Classic TV Commercial: Lady Sunbeam Hair Dryer (1965)|
A classic television commercial for the Lady Sunbeam Hair Dryer, aired during 1965. This commercial notes that the product "can dry hair in 22 minutes".
Keywords: 1965; Classic TV; Classic Television; 60s; 60's; 1960s; 1960's; Sixties; Commercial; Commercials; Advertising; Popular Culture; Lady Sunbeam; Hair Dryer; Retro; Vintage
|Your Hit Parade: 1955 New Years Eve episode (Classic TV, Pop Music)|
Another episode of the long-running United States television series "Your Hit Parade". This 1950's series featured singers performing covers of the hits of the week. Aired 31st December 1955. The series had excellent production values but some amazingly poor commercials. Regardless, this episode features the cast covering songs like "Autumn Leaves", "Love and Marriage" and "Moments to Remember".
Keywords: Classic TV; Classic Television; 50s; 50's; 1950s; 1950's; Fifties; Pop Music; Popular Music; Oldies; Retro; Song; Songs; Kinescope; NBC; Live TV; Your Hit Parade
Downloads: 3,263 (2 reviews)
|''The George Gobel Show'' - 2 October 1954|
An episode of the popular NBC comedy series "The George Gobel Show". This is the first episode of the show. His guests are Peggy King and Fred MacMurray (who is told by Gobel to do NOTHING during the episode, since he is their guest). Complete with original commercials.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Comedy; Variety Series; Variety Show; Popular; NBC; The George Gobel Show; LOL; Fabulous Fifties
|''As The World Turns'' - April 10, 1957|
Here's a rare episode of "As the World Turns" from April 10th 1957. This popular soap opera ran from 1956 to 2010. This classic episode also contains the original commercials for the following products: Comet Cleanser, Oxydol, Camay, and Ivory Snow. Image is a bit distorted at times.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Soap Opera; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; 1957; Popular; Old; Not New; As the World Turns; Drama; FAB
|''The Liberace Show'' - Great Personalities|
An episode of "Liberace" from 1954. Liberace's guests in this episode include Nick Lucas and Gilda Gray. Lots of music and a few surprises. (I am having problems with my DVD ripper. If the audio is out of sync, please tell me so I can fix it)
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Liberace; The Liberace Show; Nick Lucas; Piano; Pianist; Variety Show; Variety Series; Popular Music
Downloads: 1,544 (1 review)
|Classic Commercial: Polaroid Instant Photo Camera (1965) (Good Quality)|
A classic commercial for the Polaroid Instant-Photo camera. This commercial dates from around January 1965, maybe earlier. Commercial has good picture quality.
Keywords: Classic TV; TV; Television; Classic Television; Commercial; Classic Commercial; 60s; 60's; 1960s; 1960's; Sixties; Advertising; Camera; Obsolete; Popular Culture; Ad; Ads; Photo; Photos; Film; Films
Downloads: 1,768 (1 review)
|The Colgate Comedy Hour - 1 April 1951|
An episode of the popular NBC series "The Colgate Comedy Hour", featuring the famous Eddie Cantor. The episode promises "new talent", some of which you've heard of (such as Eddie Fisher and William Warfield), and some of which you haven't (such as Tony and Eddy). In any case, a diverse range of talent appears, both high-brow and low-brow. The picture quality is very poor, though. According to an article in Variety magazine from 14 November 1951, the series cost $40,000 per an episode to produce ...
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Classic Television; Live TV; Live Television; Eddie Cantor; Variety Series; Variety Show; 1951; Fabulous Fifties; Talented People; Popular; Old; Retro; Colgate Comedy Hour; The Colgate Comedy Hour